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Justin Bieber just announced major tour including stops in Canada

Justin Bieber has just announced that he's gracing the world with a new album and a tour in 2020. Merry Christmas, Beliebers.

After weeks of titillating his fans with glimpses of new content on Instagram, Canada's favourite popstar has officially confirmed that, yes, we'll be getting a new album of Bieber tunes. 

The 25-year-old took to IG today to post what is essentially a full timeline of things to come for #Bieber2020. 

A video, which shows the Biebs brooding in a desert, hints at some very exciting new info. 

That includes the title of his first new single, "Yummy," which is set to be released on January 3, and a docuseries, though it's not clear when that will be released.

He's also released an entire list of North American tour dates. That includes the largest stadium in four Canadian cities, starting with Ottawa on September 1 at the Canadian Tire Centre

Bieber will be in Quebec City on September 3 to play at the Videotron Center, followed by a brief break before hitting Toronto's Rogers Centre on September 10. 

His last Canadian city will be the Gillette Stadium in Montreal on September 14. 

Tickets have yet to go on sale yet, but I'm sure the Beliebers will be on standby for when they do. 

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